The brand new Rampage Pro Carbon (RPC) is a new generation helmet with an extremely breathable design and dual rotation management system. Developed with direct feedback from the most successful downhill MTB and freeride athletes, this top-of-the-line model offers performance and protection at a level unique to a gravity helmet.
The RPC sets completely new standards in comfort and safety. The technical innovation on the market is the groundbreaking Fluid Inside technology, which simulates your body's natural brain fluid and counteracts linear and rotational impact energy. The Magnetic Visor Release System (MVRS) offers an additional advantage in terms of rotation management because it reliably detaches from the helmet in the event of an impact. The light and robust outer shell made of MCT (Multi-Composite Technology) conceals the EPS liner in dual density for improved impact protection. This arsenal of helmet technology is combined with a high-quality interior design with 19 large ventilation openings and the moisture-dissipating X-Static Premium comfort liner.
The development of helmets focuses on the protection against skull fractures and cerebral hemorrhages caused by impact in connection with high linear forces. The challenge is to protect the head from any kind of linear forces. Fluid displacement and foam compression improve both high and low linear energy absorption.
The main cause of concussions are rotational forces acting on softer brain tissue. These must therefore be controlled in a targeted manner in order to significantly improve helmet safety. The fluid enables the helmet to rotate slightly in relation to the head, thereby improving the absorption of rotational energy.
Magnetic Visor Release System 2.0
The Magnetic Visor Release System (MVRS) stays in place in aggressive downhill terrain, but detaches from the helmet in the event of an impact to reduce the rotational forces that can act on your head in a fall.
Varizorb EPS - improved shock absorption
Varizorb technology combines layers of EPS foam with different densities. This distributes the forces released in an impact to a larger surface.
New fit - precision
The "Minimum Offset Design" (M.O.D.) offers a closer and more precise fit. The result is a sleek profile that reduces overall helmet size without compromising performance or safety.
When you first set up your new RPC, it sits precisely and may even feel a little tight. Over time, the helmet adapts to your head and becomes more comfortable, just like when you shrink your shoes.